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Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited

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service matter – BSNL line man – working on daily wages for the past 10 years terminated with out notice and with out one moth wages as per Act – Tribunal and high court directed to reinstate with back wages – Apex court modified and awarded compensation of 3 lakhs as he was daily wager – a daily wager who completed more than 240 days on termination are entitled for compensation in alternative for reinstatement = B.S.N.L. ….Appellant Vs. Bhurumal ….Respondent = Published in / Cited in / Reported in judis.nic.in/supremecourt/filename=41068

service matter – BSNL line man – working on daily wages for the past 10 years     terminated with out notice and with out one moth wages as per Act –   Tribunal and high court directed to reinstate with back wages –  Apex court modified and awarded compensation of 3 lakhs as he was  daily … Continue reading

Block listing permanently – not correct= M/s Kulja Industries Limited …Appellant Versus Chief Gen. Manager W.T. Proj. BSNL & Ors. …Respondents= published in judis.nic.in/supremecourt/filename=40855

Block listing permanently – not correct – remanded for fresh determination as per the department guidelines =         Paras   31 and 32 of the bid  document  also,  according  to  the  learned  counsel,   provides for blacklisting only for a “suitable period”.  This  implies  that   blacklisting had to be for a … Continue reading

billing of port charges. = On 08.02.2013, BSNL issued a circular with respect to billing of port charges. Similarly, clarificatory circulars dated 22.02.2013 and 28.02.2013 were also issued. The respondents, namely, Association of Unified Service Providers of India and Cellular Operators Association of India filed writ petitions being W.P.(C) No. 1764/2013 and 1765/2013 LPA Nos. 200, 201, 242 and 243/2013 Page 7 of 10 respectively challenging the said circulars dated 08.02.2013 along with its clarificatory circulars dated 22.02.2013 and 28.02.2013 respectively. After hearing the parties, the learned Single Judge vide impugned order dated 18.03.2013 stayed the circular dated 08.02.2013 along with clarificatory circulars dated 22.02.2013 and 28.02.2013.= BSNL has now filed the present appeals, namely, LPA No. 242/2013 and 243/2013 to quash the order dated 18.03.2013 to the extent that the circular dated 08.02.2013 along with clarificatory circulars dated 22.02.2013 and 28.02.2013 are stayed with respect to existing port charges with directions to the respondent to furnish bank guarantees to BSNL Circles in terms of order dated 29.11.2012 passed by this Court and to pay service tax/surrender charges at the rates provided in the Interconnect Agreements i.e. Rs. 55,000/- per port.= We modify the directions of the learned Single Judge regarding filing of undertaking. Impugned order dated 18.03.2013 directs as follows:- “However, the petitioners shall file undertakings, in the form of affidavits, of Chairman and Managing Director, (or by a Director if CMD is not appointed) that they shall not alienate their assets, except in the ordinary course of business, till the next date of hearing. The undertaking will also indicate that the petitioners shall pay the differential amount in case they are called upon to do so if their challenge to the impugned circulars fails. The undertaking will also indicate that the monies will be paid by the petitioners with an appropriate rate of interest as may be determined by the court at the time of final adjudication. The undertaking will disclose the book value of the assets as against the differential liability that may get fastened in case the petitioners are called upon to pay as per demand made by respondent no.1, i.e. BSNL.”= “The petitioners shall file an undertaking in the form of an affidavit of their Chief Executive officer that they undertake to pay the differential amount in case they are called to pay if their challenge to the impugned order fails. They will also undertake that the amount mentioned will be paid by the said petitioners with an appropriate rate of interest as may be determined by the Court at the time of final adjudication.”= We also modify the direction in the impugned order as regard the recovery of service tax is concerned. BSNL will be entitled to recover the service tax in accordance with law, and not as stipulated in impugned order dated 18.03.2013 17. With these above indications, we dispose of the appeals. The parties are left free to make all their contentions and submissions before the learned Single Judge when the petitions are taken up for final disposal.

reported in / published in http://lobis.nic.in/dhc/JAN/judgement/31-05-     2013/JAN31052013LPA2422013.pdf    LPA Nos. 200, 201, 242 and 243/2013 Page 1 of 10   $~ * IN THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI AT NEW DELHI Reserved on : 30.04.2013. Decided on : 31.05.2013 + LPA 200/2013 and CM 5410/2013 ASSOCIATION OF UNIFIED TELECOM SERVICES and ORS. ….. Appellants … Continue reading

SERVICE MATTER – DEPARTMENTAL EXAM AND PROMOTIONS=to inform the respondents about the marks obtained by them in the examination in question and grant promotion to the respondents pursuant to the result of the departmental examination. = where a candidate is found or discovered to be using unfair means in the examination itself. It is only in these circumstances that the candidate has to be subjected to disciplinary proceeding which has to be conducted on the basis of the report submitted under Rule 14(4). Since this is a case of mass- copying, which was discovered only at the time of the review of the answer books, Rule 18 would have no relevance. Rule 14 would not, in any manner, improve the case of the respondents as it merely enables the disciplinary authority to impose major penalty on a candidate who is found to have used unfair means. Merely because no disciplinary proceedings have been initiated against the respondents, it would not be a justification to hold that the cancellation of the result is in any manner, impermissible. 26

REPORTABLE IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA CIVIL APPELLATE JURISDICTION CIVIL APPEAL NO. 9058 OF 2011 [Arising out of S.L.P.(C) No. 6629 of 2010] Chief General Manager, Calcutta Telephones District, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited & Ors. …Appellants VERSUS Surendra Nath Pandey & Ors. …Respondents J U D G M E N T SURINDER SINGH NIJJAR, … Continue reading

The appellant, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd., is the successor of the Department of Telecommunications, Ministry of Communications, and Government of India (for short `government’ or `telecom department’). The question involved in these matters is whether rules of reservation will apply to upgradation of posts.

1 Reportable IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA CIVIL APPELLATE JURISDICTION CIVIL APPEAL NOS.5286-87 OF 2005 Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd. … Appellant Vs. R. Santhakumari Velusamy & Ors. … Respondents With CIVIL APPEAL NOS.3405, 4542, 4543, 4544, 4545 and 4546 of 2006 J U D G M E N T R.V.RAVEENDRAN, J. The appellant, Bharat … Continue reading

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